Spanish

The Spanish classes offered at Temple College present the universal standard broadcast Spanish spoken in today’s global community. Emphasis is given to the standard Spanish spoken in our area of the world.

Students will learn about several of the cultural groups that speak the language. Each class stresses functional language that can be used in the community or abroad. Although full fluency normally requires years to achieve, specific functional, usable language can be developed from the very beginning through diligent practice. Even a beginning student will be able to help a Spanish speaker fill out a hotel registration form, sign up for school, make an appointment, or give and receive the information needed on a census form.


Contact Us

SPANISH

Joanna Scott

254-298-8384
joanna.scott@templejc.edu

Course Offerings

SPAN 1300 Beginning Spanish Conversation I
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SPAN 1411 Beginning Spanish I
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SPAN 1412 Beginning Spanish II
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SPAN 2311 Intermediate Spanish I
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SPAN 2312 Intermediate Spanish II
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Guatemala

Study abroad in Guatemala!
June 1-29, 2020

Program is open to current, former and prospective students! Participants will earn 6 credits for Intermediate Spanish (SPAN 2311 and SPAN 2312). Fundraising opportunities and scholarships are available.

For more information, contact professor Aurora Wold-Krogmann at 254-298-8355 or krogman@templejc.edu .